Google's Stadia game-streaming service lets you play games anywhere, if your Internet can handle it
Tuesday, 19 March 2019 It’s safe to say that going into GDC 2019, Google’s Tuesday morning keynote was the most anticipated on the schedule. Rumors have flown for weeks, though calling them “rumors” is perhaps underselling it. We knew Google was working on streaming games to the Chrome browser, after last year’s Project Stream tests, and it was clear we’d see more about those ideas here.
Tuesday was the official reveal though. It’s called Stadia, and already the old box-under-the-TV paradigm feels outdated.
*Meet Google Stadia: Streaming games anywhere*
“Building a game platform for everyone.” That’s the tagline Google went with during its presentation. You have a desktop? A laptop? A phone? Then you have Stadia. It’s that easy. This is the future that game streaming allows.
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At the Game Developers Conference, taking place this week in San Francisco, Alphabet announced Stadia, the company's cloud gaming platform. Stadia promises to eliminate the need for physical hardware..